The Mercedes-AMG S63 E Performance Hybrids 2023 powertrain packs 791 horsepower and 1,055 pound-feet of torque. A stronger version of this plug-in hybrid powertrain is found in the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 63 S E Performance, which hits a benchmark of around 2.9 seconds.
An electric-range estimate has not been given, although AMG says that the battery has been designed more to provide higher outputs, rather than longer range. By giving the V-8 in the front, and the electric motor its own drivetrain, more torque could be delivered to the wheels, according to Mercedes-Benz AMG.
The V-8 at the front is the familiar AMG twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter, which is coupled to a 9-speed automatic and four-wheel drive. The other half is the a memorable 4.0-liter, V8 Hot-V twin-turbo, which makes 603 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque in Mercedess hardest-core S-class yet. Your next performance sedan with a sassy look, this one packs 4.0-liter, twin-turbo V8 horsepower, as before.
Fear not, because for 2023, Mercedes-AMGs newest S63 E Performance keeps 2024s AMG C63 V8 but adds an ever-excited, synchro-electric engine that produces an impressive 791 horsepower and 1,055 pound-feet of torque. New for the 2023 model year, Mercedes-AMG has bolted the 188-hp continuously excited synchronous electric motor on the rear axle, and worked the 13.1-kWh battery pack into the drivetrain, giving the S 63 E Performance immediate off-the-line torque. Mercedes says that the hybrid system with a P3 motor is capable of electric acceleration with all-torque capability throughout the rev range, and that the rear-mounted motor allows immediate delivery and better acceleration.
The rear-mounted electric motor delivers up to 188 horsepower at peak (10-second bursts) and can power the vehicle alone over short distances.2 Seconds, and top out at 180 miles per hour. Mounted in a dual-speed gearbox, an AMG-specific 13.1-kWh hybrid system delivers a steady 94 horsepower, but it can reach its peaks at 188 horsepower and 236 lb-ft of torque with a push. It is connected to all four wheels through a nine-speed automatic and, in the back, what the three-star brand calls the Electric Drive Unit.
Everyones favorite rocket-powered luxury sedan uses a hybrid V-8 engine that makes 791 horsepower and 1,055 pounds-feet of torque, making it one of the highest-powered cars from the tri-star brand. AMGs latest Monday revealed a new generation of its 2023-model-year S 63 Super Sedan.
This is the 2023-model-year version of its 2023-model-year S 63 Super Sedan. This time, the cars full name is S 63 E Performance, and the new emphases denotes a vehicle that is, notably, a plug-in hybrid configuration. The High Performance Battery (HPB), is a liquid-cooled unit, and is tuned to deliver the most energy in the name of performance, not range, which is appropriate to its role in a Mercedes-AMG vehicle.